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                                FOREST SERVICE HANDBOOK
                           PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGION (REGION 6)
                                    PORTLAND, OREGON


 FSH 5109.34 – INTERAGENCY INCIDENT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK
                             CHAPTER 20 – ACQUISITION
R6/PNWCG Interim Directive No.: 5109.34-2010-1
Effective Date: June 25, 2010
Duration: This interim directive expires on December 23, 2011
Approved: Calvin N. Joyner                                Date Approved: 6/24/2010
          for Regional Forester

Approved: J. A. Kendall Snell                             Date Approved: 6/17/2010
          Chair, PNWCG
Posting Instructions: (Interim Directives are printed onto pink paper) Supplements are
numbered consecutively by Handbook number and calendar year. Post by document; remove the
entire document and replace it with this supplement. Retain this transmittal page. The last
supplement to this Handbook was R6/PNW FSH 5109.34-2009-1 to Chapter 20.

New Document                   R6 ID 5109.34, 20                                 64 Pages

Superseded Document(s)         R6 Supplement No. 5109.34-2009-1 to               66 Pages
by Issuance Number and         Chapter 20, dated July 24, 2009
Effective Date
Digest:

Chapter 20   Issues interagency guidelines and procedures for emergency incidents within the
             Pacific Northwest which are specific to the Pacific Northwest Geographical area.
             Direction has been agreed upon by the PNWCG and has been developed by the
             Pacific Northwest Incident Business Practices Working Team. It is in line with
             MOU's and other agreements among Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management,
             Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs and
             state agencies.

             28 – Exhibit 22 – The following changes have been made:
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Digest:
                      1. Renumbers Section 3a, Power Class for Dozers from roman numerals to
                         numbers to match dispatch system.

                      2. Adds language for equipment competed in Virtual Incident Procurement
                         (VIPR) system and removed Daily rates for: Skidder, Potable Water Truck,
                         Gray Water Truck, Water Tender, Engine, Bus, Chainsaw, Shop Truck,
                         Mechanic and Refrigerated Truck (Trailer). (Sections 3b, h thru k, n, q, t, u
                         and y)

                      3. Adds rates for Backhoes with 76 horsepower and larger. (Section 3f)

                      4. Removed Water Truck for Dust Abatement. (Previously Section 3h)

                      5. Changes method of hire and rate for Chipper from Horsepower to Diameter
                         Breast Height (DBH) and adds rate for an additional crew member. (Section
                         3aa)

                      6. Changes method of hire and rates for Packstrings. (Section 3cc)
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                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS

20.01-1 - Delegations of Procurement Authority ........................................................ 5
22 – INCIDENT AGENCY SERVICE AND SUPPLY PLAN ............................................ 5
23 - SOURCES OF SUPPLY .......................................................................................... 5
    23.4 - Geographic Area and Local Sources of Supply ……………………………………. 5
24 - ACQUISITION METHODS ....................................................................................... 6
    24.1 - Government Charge Cards and Convenience Checks …………………………….. 6
    24.2 - Land Use and Facility Rental Agreements ………………………………………….6
    24.3 - Equipment Rental (Emergency Equipment Rental Agreements (EERAs), OF-294
    & I-BPA ……………………………………………………………………………………. 7
        24.3-2 General Guidelines for Equipment Hire .................................................................. 7
26 – EERA & I-BPA ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................ 9
    26.6 - Contract Claims ……………………………………………………………………… 9
28 – EXHIBITS ................................................................................................................ 9
28 - Exhibit 22 ................................................................................................................ 11
    PACIFIC NORTHWEST RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT RENTAL RATES ……. 11
        1. Explanation of Rates .................................................................................................... 11
        2. Definitions ................................................................................................................... 12
        3. Standard Rate ............................................................................................................... 13
        (a) DOZERS ..................................................................................................................... 13
        (b) SKIDDERS ................................................................................................................. 15
        (c) MOTOR GRADERS .................................................................................................. 18
        (d) EXCAVATORS.......................................................................................................... 20
        (e) FORWARDERS, FELLER BUNCHER/PROCESSORS, & SLASH BUSTERS ..... 26
        (f) BACKHOES ............................................................................................................... 27
        (g) DUMP TRUCKS. ....................................................................................................... 27
        (h) WATER TRUCKS (POTABLE) ................................................................................ 27
        (i) WATER TRUCKS (Gray Water) ............................................................................... 28
        (j) WATER TENDER ..................................................................................................... 28
        (k) WATER EQUIPMENT - ENGINE ............................................................................ 29
        COMPRESSED AIR FOAM SYSTEM (CAFS) ............................................................. 31
        PROPORTIONERS .......................................................................................................... 32
        (l) HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT VEHICLES .................................................. 34
        (m) FUEL TRUCKS .......................................................................................................... 35
        (n) BUSES ........................................................................................................................ 36
        (o) TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES (Other than Buses) ............................................. 37
        (p) PORTABLE PUMPS .................................................................................................. 40
        (q) CHAINSAWS ............................................................................................................. 40
        (r) ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES (ATV’S)....................................................................... 40
        (s) GATORS .................................................................................................................... 41
        (t) SHOP (SERVICE) TRUCK ....................................................................................... 41
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                                           Table of Contents (continued)
       (u) MECHANIC W/TOOLS AND PICKUP ................................................................... 41
       (v) MEDICAL EQUIPMENT .......................................................................................... 42
       (w) AMBULANCES ......................................................................................................... 43
       (x) COMMERCIAL VANS (eg. U-HAUL, ETC) ........................................................... 43
       (y) REFRIGERATED TRUCK (TRAILER) ................................................................... 43
       (z) LIGHT TOWERS, (Trailer mounted) ........................................................................ 43
       (aa) CHIPPERS ............................................................................................................ 44
       (bb) SAW SHOP .......................................................................................................... 44
       (cc) PACKSTRINGS ................................................................................................... 44
28 - Exhibit 23 ................................................................................................................ 46
    PACIFIC NORTHWEST SUPPLEMENTAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO
    EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT RENTAL AGREEMENT & I-BPA                                                                                        46
28 - Exhibit 24 ................................................................................................................ 52
    PNW PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL SPECIALISTS UNDER
    EERA & I-BPA                                                                                                                        52
28 - Exhibit 25 ................................................................................................................ 54
    LAND USE AGREEMENTS CHECKLISTS AND GENERAL GUIDANCE                                                                                 54
       SCHOOLS, FAIRGROUNDS OR OTHER RELATED FACILITY .............................. 54
       DIPPING SITES/PONDS ................................................................................................. 55
       IC CAMP/HELIBASE ...................................................................................................... 56
       AIRPORTS ....................................................................................................................... 57
    SITUATIONS NOT REQUIRING A LAND USE AGREEMENT …………………….. 58
    LAND/FACILITY RESTORATION CONSIDERATIONS …………………………… 58
    CONSIDERATIONS FOR DETERMINING RATE …………………………………... 59
    EMERGENCY FACILITIES & LAND USE AGREEMENT (R6-FS-5100-130) ……. 60
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                  20.01-1 - DELEGATIONS OF PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY

Federal procurement officers who receive assignments to incidents may sign up and administer
agreements under their authority, as well as assist in administering the terms and conditions of
Emergency Equipment Rental Agreements (EERA), OF-294, signed by other procurement
officials. Changes or modifications to EERA’s or I-BPA’s shall be made by the procurement
official signing the original EERA. If a contractor reports to an incident with equipment that is
not under the original agreement, the original Procurement Official should modify the original
agreement or the new procurement official should issue a new agreement for the additional
equipment for the duration of that incident only. The contractor must notify the issuing
contracting officer to add that additional equipment to the original EERA or I-BPA.

If the Contracting Officer negotiates rates higher than those shown in this supplement, the
circumstances shall be documented and the resulting agreement period (block #3) will be valid
only for the duration of the incident or known need of the equipment.

Procedures for resolving ratifications of unauthorized commitments are agency specific and must
be accomplished by the appropriate contracting officers following their agency’s policies. Forest
Service (FS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) ratification authority is limited to the
Chief of the Contracting Office.

22 – INCIDENT AGENCY SERVICE AND SUPPLY PLAN

       1. Emergency Rental Agreements for Equipment. The Pacific Northwest Incident
          Business Management Committee is responsible for developing and issuing a schedule
          of standard rates for emergency equipment and vehicles on an annual basis. Use
          standard rates for equipment that is not issued as a contract under negotiated
          procedures.

       Zone of Influence. The service and supply plan shall include all equipment rental
          agreements from all agencies within the unit's zone of influence. Zone of influence is
          that jurisdictional area within the Pacific Northwest Geographical Area in which
          contract equipment is considered as closest resources, regardless of administrative
          boundaries.

23 - SOURCES OF SUPPLY

23.4 - Geographic Area and Local Sources of Supply

Supplies should be purchased locally to the extent it is economical and practical to do so.
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24 - ACQUISITION METHODS

24.1 - Government Charge Cards and Convenience Checks

In accordance with agency procedures, direction should be given regarding use of purchase cards
and convenience checks. Agencies are authorized to restrict or limit use. In cases where it is
anticipated the primary payment process will be through regular agency established processes,
the use of purchase cards and convenience checks should be reduced to limit the potential of
duplicate payments.

24.2 - Land Use and Facility Rental Agreements

        a. Temporary rental of property for fire purposes requires the same degree of good
business judgment, including reasonable price determinations, as any other procurement action
and may only be negotiated by a warranted contracting officer. In making the determinations, as
to price fairness, consideration should be given but not limited to, the following items:

       1. Fair market rental rates for the property in the area.

       2. Costs to the property owner, such as moving stock, loss of rental fees from other
          sources, disruption.

       3. Alterations needed and who will make them.

       4. Impacts on the property.

       5. Costs of restoration, and who will do the restoration work.

       6. Duration of the rental, (emphasis should be on weekly or monthly rates), with a limit on
          total costs.

Schools and other governmentally owned facilities should be compensated for operating costs
only, since these facilities are funded by the taxpayers through tax revenues.

Real estate firms may be able to assist in determining local rental rates. Other considerations
require good judgment and the prudent exercise of negotiation techniques. Compensate schools
and other governmentally owned facilities for operating costs only, since these facilities are
funded by the taxpayers. When weekly or monthly rates are used, identify the actual day when
the week or month begins and when it ends, such as 7/15-7/22, or 30 days beginning 7/15/yy and
ending 8/14/yy.
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24.3 - Equipment Rental (Emergency Equipment Rental Agreements (EERAs),
      OF-294 & I-BPA
Equipment not ordered arriving at the incident with an existing rental agreement, issued by an
agency outside the Pacific Northwest Geographical Area, may be used provided:

       1. There is a bonafide need for the equipment.

       2. The rates to be paid to the contractor are at or below the established Pacific Northwest
          Geographic Area rates as contained herein.

       3. The using agency is willing to accept the terms and conditions of the rental agreement,
          and the procurement official is authorized to sign for the agency.

       24.3-2 General Guidelines for Equipment Hire
          1. Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines.

              a. Service Contract Act (SCA) Wage Determination. Federal Agencies shall apply the
              SCA to all rentals where service employees are used, except for owner/operators.
              Contractors are responsible for paying these rates. The Procurement Unit Leader shall
              post copies of the applicable Wage Determination, Service Contract Act, and Fair
              Labor Standards Act posters in a public location at each incident command post.

              b. EERA Special Provisions. Special Provisions should apply to the specific
              equipment.

              The following language should be added to the Special Provisions of all EERA’s and
              I-BPA’s:
                 (i) Wage Determination (for equipment hired with operator).

                  (ii) Credit Card required for fuel purchasing (as provided under Fuel Tender).

                  (iii) All payments will be made by the incident agency payment center. The
                  payment office will be designated in block 9 of the Emergency Equipment Rental
                  Agreement-Use Invoice, form OF-286.

                  (iv) Contractors shall not receive payment for the same piece of equipment under
                  a daily rate from more than one jurisdictional agency during the same calendar
                  day.
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              c. Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)/Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Equipment,
              which by law requires an operator to possess a driver’s license to operate on a public
              highway, shall be licensed. The licensed gross vehicle weight GVW shall equal or
              exceed the weight of the vehicle fully loaded including operators and accessory
              equipment.

              d. Commercial Drivers License. A valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) is
              required for any equipment contracted by an Emergency Equipment Rental
              Agreement that falls under the CDL regulations. Most common requirements are as
              follows:

                  (i) A single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of more than
                  10,000 or 26,000 pounds depending upon the states DOT requirements.

                  (ii) A trailer with a GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds (if the gross combination
                  weights rating is more than 26,000 pounds).

                  (iii) A vehicle designed to transport more than 16 persons (including driver).

                  (iv) Any size vehicle, which requires hazardous materials placards.

              For a complete listing refer to the CDL Driver's Handbook.

              e. Operator Hour Limitations. Operator assignments should be on a scheduled
              rotation for each operational period if the equipment is working 24 hours per day.
              When equipment is used less than 24 hours per day and only one operator is provided,
              base the operator’s schedule on an operational period allowing a minimum of 8 hours
              off duty between operational periods. All Work/Rest Guidelines in this handbook
              apply (Chapter 10, sec 12.7-1 and 12.7-2).

              f. Special Guidelines for Equipment Hire. For periods of work exceeding 14 days, the
              contactor, as a professional firefighting organization, shall follow the requirements
              for work/rest as stated in Interagency Incident Business Management Handbook,
              Chapter 10, sections 12.7-2 and 3; and Clause 7d of the EERA. The contractor has the
              responsibility to see that crewmembers are working safely and are rested.

              g. Insurance Requirements. All commercial vehicles must meet the insurance
              requirements found in 49 CFR 387.7.
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26 – EERA & I-BPA ADMINISTRATION

26.6 - Contract Claims

Claims settlement is agency specific and remains the responsibility of the agency with
jurisdiction over the incident. Agency Administrators may limit the level and authorities of
assigned personnel. Procurement personnel shall request direction for claims resolution from the
agency upon assignment.


28 – EXHIBITS
Exhibits 01 through 21 are contained in the parent text of this handbook.
Exhibit 22 – Pacific Northwest Recommended Equipment Rental Rates
Exhibit 23 – Pacific Northwest Supplemental Terms and Conditions to Emergency Equipment
             Rental Agreement, form OF-294 (Note these will also be used with I-BPA)
Exhibit 24 – Personnel Requirements for Technical Specialists and Contract Equipment
             Operators
Exhibit 25 – Land Use Agreement
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                                                   28 - Exhibit 22

        PACIFIC NORTHWEST RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT RENTAL RATES


1. Explanation of Rates

The enclosed Emergency Equipment Rental Rates are effective from the date of approval
through June 30, 2011, pending any modifications resulting from the previous fire season,
directives, and/or any changes in the applicable Service Contract Act Wages or marketplace
realities. Perform a new equipment inspection prior to assignment on an incident.

The rates included herein are the standard set rates payable for the equipment listed. Do not
negotiate prices from the set rate except in exceptional cases, or where noted in this guide.
These exceptional cases shall be approved and documented by the authorized procurement
official. If a contractor does not accept the standard rate, do not put equipment under agreement.
If the equipment offered is not in acceptable condition, do not put it under agreement.

Exceptions to the use of the standard rates are:

         a. When circumstances require the sign-up of equipment not listed or at rates higher or
         lower than those listed.

         b. When equipment is dispatched from outside of the Pacific Northwest Geographical
         Area for which that region or agency has established rental rates.

         c. When equipment is leased from commercial leasing firms.

         d. When equipment is rented from a source that has a fully developed cost accounting
         system or established union agreement. When applicable, it shall be used for all
         equipment from that source. The agreement file should be documented to show how the
         rates were determined.

Driver Limitation (first day). Depending on the time of dispatch, and in certain cases, a
secondary operator may be needed in order to meet CDL driver limitation or safety concerns.
An authorized procurement official may negotiate a rate to cover this expense in addition to the
work or daily guarantee. Use the Service Contract Act wage determination for the applicable
categories as a basis for negotiation. Overhead, profit, and equipment costs are already covered
under the daily guarantee.
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                                            28 - Exhibit 22 (continued)

2. Definitions

Daily Rate - Based on a 24-hour period in a calendar day.

Dry - The government furnishes all operating supplies after the equipment arrives at the incident.

Local Resource – Those resources that are located within the response area for which a dispatch
center is responsible.

Operating Supplies - As noted on the agreement, operating supplies are provided either by the
government or the contractor. When it is the government's responsibility to provide these
supplies, but the contractor supplies them, reimbursement shall be made by the government. Use
Block 27, Emergency Equipment Use Invoice, OF-286 to make this reimbursement. When the
reverse is true and the government provides supplies that should be furnished by the contractor, a
deduction for the value of the supplies shall be taken in Block 26 of the invoice. Attach
documentation of reimbursements and deductions to the OF-286.

Un-operated Rate - The un-operated rates are based on a government–provided operator.

Wet - The contractor furnishes all operating supplies.

Work Rates - For equipment not shown in this supplement the rates shall be negotiated taking
into consideration wages (if hired fully operated), depreciation, taxes, storage, insurance,
overhead, and profit. Local customary rates shall also be considered.
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                                            28 - Exhibit 22 (continued)


3. Standard Rate
Use this rate for all states within the Pacific Northwest Geographical Area.

           (a) DOZERS -
               Hire dozers on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating supplies
               and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided support
               for pilot cars, fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation. Make payment for
               transportation of dozers in accordance with Clause 7 a., (3) of the Emergency
               Equipment Rental Agreement, OF-294 and I-BPA.

                When a lowboy and another piece of equipment, such as a dozer, etc. are hired, and
                both pieces of equipment utilize the same operator, daily payment for the lowboy
                will be deducted by $462 for single shift, and $792 for a double shift.


                       POWER CLASS                     DAILY RATE           DAILY RATE
                         (FWHP)                      (SINGLE SHIFT)       (DOUBLE SHIFT)

                     1A     Over 300 FWHP               $2,672              $5,192
                     1B     250-300 FWHP                $2,292              $4,432
                     1C     200-249 FWHP                $2,012              $3,872
                     2A     150-199 FWHP                $1,592              $3,032
                     2B     100-147 FWHP                $1,372              $2,592
                      3     Under 100 FWHP              $1,112              $2,072

    POWER
                      DOZER MAKE                                 MODEL & SERIES
    CLASS
      1A           Caterpillar                 D8R, D8K, D8L, D8N, D9
      1A           John Deere                  1050
      1A           Fiat Allis                  21C, FD30, 31, FD40
      1A           Komatsu                     D155, D275, , D355, D375
      1A           International/Dressta,      TD25
                   (Dresser)
        1A         New Holland                 DC70
        1A         Terex                       82-50
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                                            28 - Exhibit 22 (continued)

    POWER
                      DOZER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
    CLASS
      1B           Allis-Chalmers              HD21
      1B           Caterpillar                 D7H High Track, D8H
      1B           Komatsu                     D135A
      1B           Terex                       82-30, 82-40

    POWER
                      DOZER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
    CLASS
      1C           Caterpillar                 D7R, D7G, D7H
      1C           Fiat-Allis                  FD255, FD20,
      1C           John Deere                  950
      1C           Komatsu                     D85E
      1C           International/Dressta,      TD20
                   (Dresser)
         1C        Liebherr                    DC70
         1C        Terex                       82-20

    POWER
                      DOZER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
    CLASS
      2A           Allis-Chalmers              HD16
      2A           Case                        1850
      2A           Caterpillar                 D6R, D6H, D7F
      2A           Fiat-Allis                  FD175, FD195, 14C, FD14E, 16B
      2A           John Deere                  850
      2A           Komatsu                     D61, D65E, D68E, D85A
      2A           Massey Ferguson             MF D700C
      2A           Liebherr                    PR732
      2A           New Holland                 DC180
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                                            28 - Exhibit 22 (continued)

    POWER
                      DOZER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
    CLASS
      2B            Allis-Chalmers             HD11
      2B            Case                       1150, 1450, 1650
      2B            Caterpillar                D5B, D5H, D5M, D5N, D6C, D6D, D6M, D6N
      2B            Fiat-Allis                 FD145, FD9, 10C
      2B            John Deere                 700, 750, 850
      2B            Komatsu                    D41, D58, D53A, D60P, D65A
      2B            International/Dressta,     TD12, TD15
                    (Dresser)
         2B         Liebherr                   PR712, PR722
         2B         Massey Ferguson            MF500, MF D600C
         2B         New Holland                DC100, DC150


    POWER
                      DOZER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
    CLASS
      3             Allis-Chalmers             HD3, HD4, HD6
      3             Case                       350, 450, 550, 650, 750, 850
      3             Caterpillar                D3, D4, D5C, D5G
      3             Daewoo                     DD80
      3             Fiat-Allis                 FD80, FD5, FD7, 8B
      3             Hyundai                    H70, H80
      3             John Deere                 350, 450, 550, 650
      3             Komatsu                    D21, D31, D32, D37, D38, D39, D45
      3             International/Dressta,     500, TD6, TD7, TD8, TD9
                    (Dresser)
          3         Massey Ferguson            200, 2244, MF300, MF3366, MF400
          3         New Holland                DC70, DC80


              (b) SKIDDERS
                  For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
                  and award competitive I-BPA's for Skidders, Skidgines, Pumper Cats, and Soft-
                  tracks. Non-competitive agreements for these types of equipment shall only be
                  used as a last resort after all competitively awarded resources have been exhausted.
                  Non-competitive agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the
                  OF-294 EERA form.
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                                            28 - Exhibit 22 (continued)

                Hire skidders on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating supplies
                and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided support
                for pilot cars, fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation. Make payment for
                transportation of skidders in accordance with Clause 7 a., (3) of the Emergency
                Equipment Rental Agreement, OF-294 and I-BPA. When a lowboy and another
                piece of equipment, such as a skidder, etc. are hired, and both pieces of equipment
                utilize the same operator, daily payment for the lowboy will be deducted by $462
                for single shift, and $792 for a double shift.

                If skidder is equipped as a Skidgine must have a minimum 200 gallon tank and not
                exceed the manufacturers load rating. It is recommended that skidgines have 150
                feet of 1 inch hardline with ¾ - inch inside diameter hose on a reel and 200 feet of 1
                inch linen hose.

                All pumps shall have pressure gauges that meet the minimum pump pressure rating.
                No fiberglass tanks will be accepted. All tanks must be certified and baffled in
                compliance with NFPA or American Society of Mechanical Engineers standards or
                other industry accepted engineering standards.


                         CLASS                     DAILY RATE               DAILY RATE
                        (FWHP)                   (SINGLE SHIFT)           (DOUBLE SHIFT)

                   1    200-275 FWHP                $1,872                  $3,592
                   2    140-199 FWHP                $1,392                  $2,632
                   3    100-139 FWHP                $1,222                  $2,292
                   4    81-99 FWHP                  $1,042                  $1,932
                   5    Up to 80 FWHP                $982                   $1,812
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     CLASS          SKIDDER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
          1        FMC                         220CA, 220GA
          1        Clark Ranger                668 Turbo, 880, F68
          1        Caterpillar                 535B
          1        Franklin                    Q90. 190
          1        Timbco                      260


     CLASS          SKIDDER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
          2        John Deere                  740, 740A, 520, 550, 550B, 640G
          2        Timberjack                  460, 460D, 520, 550, 550B, 660, 660D
          2        Clark Ranger                667, 668B, 668C, 668, H66DS, H67, H67-II
          2        Caterpillar                 528, 515, 525, 525B, 545
          2        Garrett                     25A, 30, 30A
          2        Franklin                    Q70, Q80, 170, 185
          2        Tree Farmer                 C7F


     CLASS          SKIDDER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
          3        John Deere                  548D, 640, 640D, 648D, 360, 380D, 404, 450, 540G
          3        Timberjack                  240C, 240D, 240E, 350A, 360, 360D, 380D, 404, 450
          3        FMC                         180
          3        Clark Ranger                665, 666, F65, H66
          3        Caterpillar                 518
          3        Garrett                     21A Turbo, 22
          3        Case                        800 Series
          3        International               S10
                   Harvester
          3        Tree Farmer                 C6F
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     CLASS           SKIDDER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
          4         John Deere                 440D, 448D, 540, 540A
          4         Timberjack                 225 series, 230 series, 330
          4         Clark Ranger               664, 664B
          4         Massey Ferguson            320
          4         Garrett                    21A
          4         Case                       600
          4         International              S8A
                    Harvester



     CLASS           SKIDDER MAKE                                MODEL & SERIES
          5         John Deere                 440,
          5         Timberjack                 208B, 208E
          5         Garrett                    16


              (c) MOTOR GRADERS
                  Hire graders on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating supplies
                  and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided support
                  for pilot cars, fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation. Make payment for
                  transportation of motor grader in accordance with Clause 7 a., (3) of the Emergency
                  Equipment Rental Agreement, OF-294 and I-BPA. When a lowboy and another
                  piece of equipment, such as a motor grader, etc. are hired, and both pieces of
                  equipment utilize the same operator, daily payment for the lowboy will be deducted
                  by $462 for single shift, and $792 for a double shift.



                         CLASS                     DAILY RATE               DAILY RATE
                        (FWHP)                   (SINGLE SHIFT)           (DOUBLE SHIFT)

                  Type 1 (200-250 HP)               $1,452                   $2,752
                  Type 2 (145-199 HP)               $1,322                   $2,492
                  Type 3 (115-144 HP)               $1,202                   $2,252
                  Type 4 (75-114 HP)                $1,102                   $2,052
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        Type 1
                            GRADER MAKE                            MODEL & SERIES
     (200-250 HP)
                          Case                        885
                          Caterpillar                 14H, 16H
                          Champion                    D-686, 780, 740A, 750A, 780A
                          Galion                      T-700, 870B, 870C
                          John Deere                  772CH II
                          Komatsu                     GD670A-2C, GD670AW-2C, GD750A-1,
                                                      GD825A-2
                          New Holland                 RG200, RG200B
                          Volvo                       G740, G740B, G746B, G780, G780B


        Type 2
                            GRADER MAKE                            MODEL & SERIES
     (145-199 HP)
                          Case                        865
                          Caterpillar                 12H, 140H, 143H, 160H, 163h
                          Champion                    720A, 726A, 730A, 736A,
                          Fiat Allis                  FG85A, FG105A
                          Galion                      850B, 850C
                          John Deere                  670CH II, 672CH II, 770C, 770C II, 770CH,
                                                      770CH II, 772CH
                          Komatsu                     GD650A-2C, GD650AW-2C, GD 655-3, GD675-3
                          New Holland                 RG170, RG170B
                          Volvo                       G720, G720B, G726 VHP, G726B, G730, G730B,
                                                      G736 VHP

        Type 3
                            GRADER MAKE                            MODEL & SERIES
     (115-144 HP)
                          Case                        845
                          Caterpillar                 120H, 135H
                          Champion                    710A, 716A
                          Galion                      830B, 830C
                          John Deere                  670C, 670C II, 670CH, 672CH
                          Komatsu                     GD530A-2C, GD530AW-2C, GD555-3
                          New Holland                 RG140, RG140B
                          Volvo                       G710, G710B, G716VHP
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         Type 4
                            GRADER MAKE                            MODEL & SERIES
      (75-114 HP)
                          Champion                    C50A, C60A, C66A, C70A, C76A, C80A, C86A
                          Fiat Allis                  65C
                          Ingram                      MG747
                          Lee-Boy                     685
                          New Holland                 RG80, RG100

                          Volvo                       G60, G66, G80, G86


           (d) EXCAVATORS
               Hire excavators on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
               supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
               support for pilot cars, fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation. Make
               payment for transportation of excavators in accordance with Clause 7 a., (3) of the
               Emergency Equipment Rental Agreement, OF-294 and I-BPA. When a lowboy and
               another piece of equipment, such as an excavator, etc. are hired, and both pieces of
               equipment utilize the same operator, daily payment for the lowboy will be deducted
               by $462 for single shift, and $792 for a double shift. If the excavator has a
               processor head an additional amount may be negotiated for the head.

                                                  EXCAVATORS

                         CLASS                     DAILY RATE               DAILY RATE
                        (FWHP)                   (SINGLE SHIFT)           (DOUBLE SHIFT)

                 Type 1 (231+ HP)                   $2,252                  $4,352
                Type 2 (161-230 HP)                 $1,712                  $3,272
                Type 3 (136-160 HP)                 $1,512                  $2,872
                Type 4 (111-135 HP)                 $1,412                  $2,672
                Type 5 (86-110 HP)                  $1,262                  $2,372
                 Type 6 (76-85 HP)                  $1,172                  $2,192
                 Type 7 (61-75 HP)                  $1,092                  $2,032
                 Type 8 (50-60 HP)                  $1,052                  $1,952
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      TYPE 1                EXCAVATOR
                                                                   MODEL & SERIES
   Over 230 FWHP                 MAKE
                          Case                        CS330, CX460, CX800, 9050B, 9060B
                          Caterpillar                 330CL, 345BL, 345BL II, 350L, 365BL, 375
                          Daewoo                      SOLAR 330LC-V, SOLAR 400LC-V, SOLAR
                                                      450-III,
                          John Deere                  330C LC, 330LC, 370, 370C, 450C LC, 450LC,
                                                      600C LC
                          Fiat Allis                  FX480LC, FX600LC
                          Hitachi                     ZAXIS 330LC, ZAXIS 370, EX550LC-3, EX700,
                                                      ZAXIS 450LC, ZAXIS 600LC, ZAXIS 800,
                                                      EX450LC, EX550LC-5
                          Hyundai                     R360LC-3, R450LC-3,
                          JCB                         JS450, JS460
                          Kobelco                     SK300LC, SK330LC, SK400LC MARK IV,
                                                      SK480LC
                          Komatsu                     PC300HD-6, PC300HD-7, PC300LC-6,
                                                      PC300LC-7, PC400HD-6, PC400LC-6,
                                                      PC450LCD-6K, PC600LC-6
                          Liebherr                    R954B HD, R964B UTILITY, R974
                          Link-Belt                   330LX, 370LX RB, 460LX, 5800 QUANTUM
                          New Holland                 EC350LC, EC450LC, EC600LC
                          Samsung                     SE350LC-2, SE450LC-2
                          Volvo                       EC330B LC, EC360B LC, EC360 LC, EC460B
                                                      LC, EC460LC
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       TYPE 2               EXCAVATOR
                                                                   MODEL & SERIES
    161-230 FWHP                MAKE
                          Badger                      666 Hydro-Scopic, 670 Hydro-Scopic, 888 Hydro-
                                                      Scopic,
                          Case                        CX240, CX290, 9040B, 9045B
                          Caterpillar                 322CL, 325BL, 325CL, 330BL
                          Daewoo                      SOLAR 250LC-V, SOLAR 290LC-V
                          John Deere                  230LC, 230C LC, 270LC, 270C LC
                          Fiat Allis                  FX240LC, FX270LC, FX350LC
                          Gradall                     XL5200
                          Hitachi                     ZAXIS 230LC, ZAXIS 270LC, EX270LC-5,
                                                      EX330LC-5, EX370-5
                          Hyundai                     R250LC-3, R290LC-3, R320LC-3
                          JCB                         JS330
                          Kobelco                     SK220LC MARK IV, SK250LC, SK270LC
                                                      MARK IV, SK290LC
                          Komatsu                     PC220LC-7, PC270LC-6, PC270LC-7,
                                                      PC308USLC-3
                          Liebherr                    R934HDSL
                          Link-Belt                   240LX, 290LX, 3900 QUANTUM
                          New Holland                 EC240LC
                          Samsung                     SE240LC-3, SE280LC-2, SE280LC-3
                          Volvo                       EC240B, EC240LC, EC240LR, EC290B,
                                                      EC290LC, EC290LR
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       TYPE 3               EXCAVATOR
                                                                   MODEL & SERIES
    136-160 FWHP                 MAKE
                          Case                        CX210, CX225
                          Caterpillar                 320C, 320CL, 320C U, 320CL U, 321C LCR,
                                                      322BL
                          Daewoo                      SOLAR 220LC-5,
                          John Deere                  200C LC, 200LC, 225C LC
                          Gradall                     XL4200
                          Hitachi                     ZAXIS 200LC, EX230LC-5
                          JCB                         JS260
                          Kobelco                     SK200LC MARK IV, 200SRLC, SK210LC,
                                                      235SRLC
                          Komatsu                     PC200-7, PC200LC-7, PC220LC-6, PC228USLC-
                                                      3, PC250LC-6,
                          Liebherr                    R924
                          Link-Belt                   210LX, 3400 QUANTUM
                          New Holland                 EC215LC
                          Samsung                     SE210LC-3
                          Volvo                       EC210B, EC210LC, EC210LR


       TYPE 4               EXCAVATOR
                                                                   MODEL & SERIES
    111-135 FWHP                 MAKE
                          Case                        9030B, 9030BN
                          Caterpillar                 318B, 318BL N, 318 CL, 318 CL N, 320B, 320BL,
                                                      320BN
                          Daewoo                      SOLAR 170-III, SOLAR 170LC-V
                          Fiat Allis                  FX200LC
                          Hitachi                     EX200LC-5,
                          Hyundai                     R180LC-3, R210LC-3
                          JCB                         JS200, JS220
                          Kobelco                     SK160LC, ED190, 200SRLC
                          Komatsu                     PC200-6B, PC200LC-6, PC228USLC-1,
                                                      PC228USLC-2
                          Liebherr                    R904, R914
                          Link Belt                   2800 Quantum
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       TYPE 5               EXCAVATOR
                                                                   MODEL & SERIES
    86-110 FWHP                  MAKE
                          Case                        CX130, CX135, CX160, 9010B, 9020B
                          Caterpillar                 215, 315C, 315CL, 313B, 314C, 314CL, 315B,
                                                      315BL, 315C, 315CL
                          Daewoo                      SOLAR 130LC-V
                          John Deere                  120C, 135C,160LC, 160C
                          Fiat Allis                  FX140
                          Gradall                     XL3200
                          Hitachi                     ZAXIS 120, ZAXIS 160LC, RC260LC-5,
                          Hyundai                     R130LC-3, R160LC-3
                          JCB                         JS160
                          Kobelco                     SK130LC MARK IV, SK115DZ LC MARK IV,
                                                      135SRLC, 135RL, ED150, SK150LC MARK IV
                          Komatsu                     PC120-6, PC120LC-6, PC128US-1, PC128US-2,
                                                      PC128UU-2, PC138USLC-2, PC150-6, PC150LC-
                                                      6, PC158USLC-2, PC160LC-7,
                          Link-Belt                   160LX, 2700 QUANTUM
                          Mustang                     ME12002
                          New Holland                 EC160LC
                          Samsung                     SE130LC-2, SE130LC-3, SE130LCM-2,
                                                      SE130LCM-3
                          Volvo                       EC140BLC, EC140LC, EC140LCM, EC150LC,
                                                      EC160BLC



        TYPE 6                EXCAVATOR
                                                                    MODEL & SERIES
      76-85 FWHP                  MAKE
                          Caterpillar                 311B, 311C, 312B, 312BL
                          John Deere                  110
                          Gradall                     XL2200
                          Hitachi                     EX110-5, EX120-5
                          JCB                         JS130
                          Kobelco                     115SRDZ
                          Komatsu                     PC95R-2, PC100-6, PC128UU-1
                          Liebherr                    R312
                          Link-Belt                   2650 QUANTUM
                          Mustang                     ME 8002, ME12002
                          New Holland                 EC130LC
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        TYPE 6               EXCAVATOR
                                                                     MODEL & SERIES
      76-85 FWHP                  MAKE
                          Schaeff, Inc.               HR41
                          Takeuchi                    TB070, TB175


        TYPE 7               EXCAVATOR
                                                                     MODEL & SERIES
      61-75 FWHP                  MAKE
                          Bobcat                      442
                          Gehl                        GE802
                          Komatsu                     PC95-1
                          Mustang                     ME 8002
                          Schaeff, Inc.               HR31, HR32
                          Terex                       HR32


        TYPE 8                EXCAVATOR
                                                                     MODEL & SERIES
      50-60 FWHP                  MAKE
                          Case                        CX75, 9007B
                          Caterpillar                 307B, 307C, 308C
                          Daewoo                      Solar 70-III,
                          John Deere                  80, 80C
                          Hitachi                     ZAXIS 80, EX80-5
                          JCB                         JS70, JZ70
                          Kobelco                     SK60 MARK IV, 70SR, 80CS
                          Komatsu                     PC60-7, PC60-7B, PC78US-6
                          Link-Belt                   75, 1600 QUANTUM
                          Nagano                      NX75-2
                          Schaeff, Inc.               HR22
                          Takeuchi                    TB070, TB175
                          Thomas                      T75
                          Yanmar                      V1070
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           (e) FORWARDERS, FELLER BUNCHER/PROCESSORS, & SLASH
               BUSTERS
               Hire this equipment on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
               supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
               support for pilot cars, fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation. Make
               payment for transportation of this equipment in accordance with Clause 7 a., (3) of
               the Emergency Equipment Rental Agreement, OF-294 and I-BPA. When a lowboy
               and another piece of equipment, such as the above equipment are hired, and both
               pieces of equipment utilize the same operator, daily payment for the lowboy will be
               deducted by $462 for single shift, and $792 for a double shift.

                There are no standard rates for this equipment; however the following is an
                estimate, which can be utilized as a starting point for negotiation of rates for this
                type of equipment.

                                                          DAILY RATE            DAILY RATE
                    EQUIPMENT                           (SINGLE SHIFT)        (DOUBLE SHIFT)
                                                       ESTIMATE ONLY          ESTIMATE ONLY
                   Feller Buncher
                 Type 1 (226+ HP)                    Type 1 - $2,432              $4,712
                 Type 2 (160-225 HP)                 Type 2 - $2,292              $4,432
                    Forwarder
         Type 1 (2000 Gal., 200+ HP)                 Type 1 - $2,232              $4,312
         Type 2 (1500 Gal., 140-199 HP)              Type 2 - $2,132              $4,112
         Type 3 (1000 Gal., 100-139 HP)              Type 3 - $1,932              $3,712
         Type 4 (850 Gal., 99 HP &                   Type 4- $1832                $3,512
          Below)
                   Slash Buster                      Prices vary depending on size, but these
                                                     are generally lower than Feller Buncher
                                                     or Forwarders. Also see Excavators for
                                                     pricing guides as this equipment is
                                                     similar.
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           (f) BACKHOES
               Hire this equipment on an hourly basis, with the contractor providing the operating
               supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
               support for fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation.

                There are no standard rates for this equipment. Therefore, the following are
                suggested rates for 75 and 76 horsepower (or larger) backhoes. These are listed as a
                starting point. Other features such as bucket size and 4 wheel capability will need
                to be considered.

                                    HOURLY
                            HOURLY           HOURLY     DAILY
                FWHP               OPERATOR
                             RATE           WORK RATE GUARANTEE
                                     RATE
                   75       $38       $38      $76       $380
                  76+       $45       $45      $90       $450


           (g) DUMP TRUCKS.
               Hire this equipment on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
               supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
               support for fuel, maintenance, and operator transportation.

                For any portion of a calendar day that a dump truck is used as a transport (provides
                a tilt bed trailer), add $50.00 to the daily rate.

                                                DUMP TRUCKS
                       TRUCK                  DAILY RATE     DAILY RATE
                     CAPACITY                SINGLE SHIFT   DOUBLE SHIFT
                     Min. 5 Yards                 $732          $1,344
                     Min 10 Yards                 $988          $1,848

           (h) WATER TRUCKS (POTABLE)
               For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
               and award competitive I-BPA's for Potable Water Trucks. Non-competitive
               agreements for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all
               competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive
               agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA
               form.
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                The daily work rate for the truck is based on a 24 hour period with one operator.
                The operator must work within the work rest guidelines. If additional operator is
                needed the host forest or IMT shall order a second operator.

                Potable water trucks must meet NIFC potable water standards.


           (i) WATER TRUCKS (Gray Water)
               For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
               and award competitive I-BPA's for Gray Water Trucks. Non-competitive
               agreements for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all
               competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive
               agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA
               form.

                Hire this equipment on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
                supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
                support for fuel and maintenance. Contractor is responsible for proper removal and
                disposal of wastewater. Contractor is responsible for all permits. Disposal Fees
                will be reimbursed based on actual receipts or an agreed to per gallon rate.


           (j) WATER TENDER
               For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
               and award competitive I-BPA's for Water Tenders. Non-competitive agreements
               for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all
               competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive
               agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA
               form.

                Hire this equipment on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
                supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
                support for fuel and maintenance.

                Tenders are required to have drafting capabilities to efficiently self-load water. The
                Interagency Engine/Tender Agreement Terms and Conditions should be considered
                and included when appropriate when signing up EERA’s.
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           (k) WATER EQUIPMENT - ENGINE
               For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
               and award competitive I-BPA's for Engines. Non-competitive agreements for these
               types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all competitively
               awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive agreements shall be
               signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA form.

                Hire this equipment on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
                supplies, including fuel. Proportioners are included in the daily rate. For type 6
                engines the single shift rate includes one operator and two crewpersons. When
                ordered with only one crewperson, must be documented on the Resource Order and
                a deduction of $300 will be made to the daily rate. Type 4 and 5 engines the single
                shift rate includes one operator and two crewpersons. The double shift rate includes
                two operators and two crewpersons (one of each per shift).

                4 WD Allowance - If equipped with four wheel drive use rate posted for 4X4 Daily
                SS and/or 4X4 Daily DS as appropriate.

                For wildland fires, type 3 engines must have a minimum capacity of 500 gallons.

                Engine type is determined by meeting both of the minimum requirements pump
                capacity (GPM) and tank capacity (GAL.). If an engine only meets one of the
                minimum requirements, engine is classified at the lowest minimum requirement
                met.

                CAFS – If a resource order is placed for a CAFs unit then it would be paid at the
                CAFs rate below for the hours used. Foam can be applied in one of the following
                manners: 1) Proportioners; 2) Injection System; 3) CAFs.

                The Interagency Engine/Tender Agreement Terms and Conditions should be
                considered and included when appropriate when signing up EERAs.
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                                         TYPE        MIN.       MIN.
                                                     PUMP       TANK
                                                     GPM        GAL.
                                             7         10         50
                                             6         30        150
                                             5         50        400
                                             4         50        750
                                             3        150       500+*



                                         TYPE        MIN.       MIN.
                                                     PUMP       TANK
                                                     GPM        GAL.
                                             7         10         50
                                             6         30        150
                                             5         50        400
                                             4         50        750
                                             3        150       500+*



              * For wildland fires, type 3 engines must have a minimum capacity of 500 gallons.
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                             COMPRESSED AIR FOAM SYSTEM (CAFS)
                                Normally used for Structural or Helibase Protection

         If a Resource Order is placed for and the engine is equipped with Compressed Air Foam
         System (CAFS), add the amounts to the EERA Rate Guide.

         Cubic Feet/Minute                                                   CAFS Allowance
              (CFM)                                                         with Pump and Roll
                                                                                   RATE

        35 – 50         CFM @ 150 PSI                                             $ 25.00
        51 – 85         CFM @ 150 PSI                                             $ 41.00
        86 – 120        CFM @ 175 PSI                                             $ 55.00
       121 – 200        CFM @ 175 PSI                                             $ 69.00
       201 +            CFM @ 200 PSI                                             $ 85.00

Criteria:

       1. One GPM per one CFM MINIMUM water pump capacity at PSI rates required of the
          compressor.
       2. Pump & Roll 86+ CFM and above must have deck mounted cannon with stacked tips
          or adjustable tips.
       3. Pump & Roll equipment must be able to pump water and foam while moving.
       4. CFM, GPM, PSI and foam flow gauges are required.
       5. Must be capable of injection of foaming agent into the water line at variable controlled
          rates on discharge side of pump. (Be proportional)
       6. System shall provide full foam delivery within 60 seconds after system is engaged.
       7. Operator shall be experienced and knowledgeable of system operation, and be capable
          of demonstrating their ability to operate the system.

Suggested Accessories

       85 CFM and below CAFS:                                   86 CFM and above CAFS:

       1000’ of 1 ½” or 1 ¾” hose;                              500’ of 2 ½” hose, 1000’ of 1 ¾” or 1 ½”
       hose,
       1000’ of 1” hose                                         2000’ of 1” hose
       1 gated wye (2 12” x 1 ½” x 1 ½”)                        1 gated wye (2 12” x 1 ½” x 1 ½”)
       3 horseshoe ball valves ( 1 ½”)                          3 horseshoe ball valves ( 1 ½”)
       1 foam outlet (2 ½” diameter)                            1 foam outlet (2 ½” diameter)
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                                               PROPORTIONERS

No additional rate will be added to engines which provide proportioners because the rate already
includes the cost of proportioners.

DEFINITION OF FOAM SYSTEMS


       FOAM SYSTEMS: The apparatus and techniques used to mix concentrate with water to
       make solution, pump and mix air and solution to make foam, and transport and eject foam.
       (Systems defined here include compressed air foam and nozzle aspirated.)

       COMPRESSED AIR FOAM SYSTEMS (CAFS): A generic term used to describe foam
       systems consisting of an air compressor (or air source), a water pump, and foam solution.

       PROPORTIONER: A mixing system that adds a predetermined volume of liquid foam
       concentrates to water to form a foam solution.

                MANUAL REGULATED PROPORTIONING

                1) Suction-side Proportioning System. A mixing system that works on the suction
                side of the pump. It is dependent on the pump drawing a vacuum and pulling foam
                concentrate into the water and running it through the pump.

                2) In-Line Proportioning System. (Eductor). A proportioning system that draws
                foam concentrates into the water stream by venturi action. The system is sensitive
                to water flow, liquid pressure, and several other constraints.

                3) Around-the-Pump Proportioning System. A proportioning system situated at
                the pump that draws foam concentrate into the water stream. The system draws
                concentrate by venturi action utilizing pump pressure and vacuum. The venturi
                action is dependent on concentrate head pressure.

                AUTOMATIC REGULATED PROPORTIONING

                1) Automatic Regulated Proportioning System (ARPS). A proportioning system
                that senses water stream pressure or flow and, based on changes in pressure and
                flow, automatically adjusts the addition of foam concentrate into the water stream
                to maintain a desired mix ratio.
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                          A. Balanced Pressure Bladder Tank Proportioning System. This BPPS
                          uses a small diversion of water to force the foam concentrate into the water
                          stream as the water passes through a pressure differential valve.
                          Concentrate is dispensed from a flexible bladder within a pressure rated
                          tank.

                          B. Balanced Pressure Pump Proportioning System. This BPPS uses a small
                          positive displacement pump to provide foam concentrate at a venturi into
                          the water stream. Concentrate flow is regulated by a pilot-operated relief
                          valve.

                          C. Electronically Controlled Direct Injection Proportioning System. A
                          proportioning system that measures water stream flow and, based on stream
                          flow, electronically and automatically adjusts the addition of foam
                          concentrate into the water stream to maintain a desired mix ratio.
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           (l) HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT VEHICLES
               Hire this equipment on a daily basis, with the contractor providing the operating
               supplies and contractor-hired operator. Included in the rate is contractor provided
               support for fuel. If ordered for a double shift 2 operators will be required, one for
               each shift.

                When a lowboy and another piece of equipment, such as a dozer, are hired, and
                both pieces of equipment utilize the same operator, daily payment for the lowboy
                will be deducted by $462 for a single shift and by $792 for a double shift. This is
                applicable only when hired for an entire day, and is not applicable when equipment
                is hired for less than eight (8) hours.

                When long haul transport services are required for trips greater than 500 miles one
                way, commercial rates and invoicing should be the method of hire.

                        TRUCK                 DAILY RATE          DAILY RATE
                          SIZE               SINGLE SHIFT       DOUBLE SHIFT
                     Pickup and                       Negotiated Rate
                     trailer and
                     transports
                     under 10 tons
                     Dump truck                      $760                 $1,392
                     and tilt bed *
                     10-19.99 Ton                    $690                 $1,248
                     20-29.99 Ton                    $768                 $1,404
                     30-39.99 Ton                    $900                 $1,668
                     40-49.99 Ton                    $972                 $1,812
                     50 Tons &                      $1,104                $2,076
                     Over

              *If used as both a transport and dump truck see comments under dump trucks.
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            (m) FUEL TRUCKS
               Vendor is required to accept Visa, MasterCard and Voyager credit cards for
               payment of fuel at the work site. Other methods of payment may be used at
               vender’s discretion. Fuel prices will be established at the current commercial rate.
               This process will replace the use of Emergency Equipment Fuel & Oil Issue, OF-
               304. (Pacific Northwest contractors traveling outside the geographic area may be
               required to use the Emergency Equipment Fuel & Oil Issue, OF-304, in other
               geographic areas)

                 Contractors, Cooperators and Government employees are required to use credit
                 cards for the purchase of fuel from the fuel tender at all incidents within the Pacific
                 Northwest Geographic Areas.

                 Include provisions in the IBPA/EERA that “Federal and State requirements shall
                 be met when dealing with hazardous materials.”

                 Fuel tender shall be fully registered as a commercial vehicle and be current with all
                 DOT, EPA, and State inspection requirements. Vehicles which require CDL
                 operator when operating on public highways shall be provided with a qualified
                 operator at all times.

                 Fuel tender dispensing system shall be so designed to eliminate the wrong product
                 being dispensed, e.g. gasoline being introduced into a diesel-powered vehicle due
                 to the dispensing system not being completely drained from the previous fueling.
                 A separate dispensing system for each product carried is required.

              NOTE: This is the preferred method in the Pacific Northwest.
                               FUEL TRUCK – accepts credit card
                    MIN.          DAILY RATE             ADDITIONAL
                 GALLONS                                  OPERATOR
                    1000               $1,378                   $400
                    2500               $1,681                   $400
                    3500               $1,721                   $400
                    5000               $1,866                   $400

              The daily work rate for the truck is based on a 24 hour period with one operator. The
              operator must work within the works rest guidelines. If additional operator is needed
              the host forest or IMT shall order a second operator.
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                            FUEL TRUCK - does not accept credit card
                       MIN.     DAILY RATE               ADDITIONAL
                     GALLONS                               OPERATOR
                       1000         $932                         $400
                       2500        $1,172                        $400
                       3500        $1,244                        $400
                       5000        $1,376                        $400

              The daily work rate for the truck is based on a 24 hour period with one operator. The
              operator must work within the work rest guidelines. If additional operator is needed
              the host forest or IMT shall order a second operator.

              NOTE: This hiring method should only be used as a last resort once it has been
              determined there is no vendor available that can accept credit cards as recommended
              above in the preferred method of hire.


           (n) BUSES
               For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
               and award competitive Buses. Non-competitive agreements for these types of
               equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all competitively awarded
               resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive agreements shall be signed up on
               an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA form.

                Buses with over 25 passengers are hired at negotiated rates under Regional Bus
                Agreements. Buses and vans with a capacity of less than 25 passengers are hired at
                mileage rates with a 40 mile guarantee. Operating supplies (fuel and oil) are
                furnished by the vendor. Operators are hired separately as an AD worker at the
                appropriate AD rate.


                                             BUSES AND VANS
                   PASSENGER               MILEAGE RATE                 DAILY
                    CAPACITY                                          GUARANTEE
                       6 to 12                      $.92                 $37
                     passengers
                      12 to 24                     $1.26                  $50
                     passengers
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           (o) TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES (Other than Buses)

              The method of payment for overhead position vehicles shall be through the Federal
              Travel Regulations (FTR).

              NOTE: DNR and State of Oregon Method of Hire is renting vehicle and AD/FF
              Employee not to be used on Federal Fires.

              Overhead Position vehicles which do not require day to day use of their vehicles on
              the incident and the vehicles primary use is to transport the individual from their
              place of dispatch to the incident, and from the incident back to their point of dispatch
              or to a new incident will be reimbursed by the hiring unit using the Federal Travel
              Regulations (FTR) and no daily shift tickets would be required. However for
              Overhead Position vehicles which are used not only for transport to and from the
              incident but also are used on a daily basis to go to and from camp to the fire line shall
              have shift tickets filled out to document the total daily use. Those shift tickets will
              used to support travel claim to be paid through the FTR process.

                                     TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES

              PREFERRED METHOD OF HIRE SHALL BE VEHICLE WITH OPERATOR.
              Operator shall be paid a daily rate of $265. Add the appropriate mileage rate listed
              below for the vehicle. Rate includes all operating supplies, including fuel, incidentals
              and applicable insurance. Defensive Driving is not required.

              One operator shall be provided, and must maintain a valid state driver’s license. All
              operators are required to have RT-130 Annual Fire Refresher including fire shelter.
              The operator’s health and physical condition must be sufficient to perform the duties
              of driver without causing anyone undue hazard. Please specify any physical
              limitations that may influence your work activities in writing to the Contracting
              Officer. All operators shall be able to occasionally lift objects up to 30 pounds.
              All Contractor personnel shall comply with the Safety Standards.
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                                   UTILITY VEHICLES (4x2)
                         TYPE         MILEAGE RATE          DAILY
                   (See Notes Below)                      GUARANTEE
                 Car                        $0.60           $24.00
                 Light Utility              $0.67           $27.00
                 ½ Ton                      $0.73           $29.00
                 ¾ Ton                      $0.79           $32.00
                 1 Ton                      $0.93           $37.00

                                   UTILITY VEHICLES (4x4)
                         TYPE         MILEAGE RATE          DAILY
                   (See Notes Below)                      GUARANTEE
                 Car                        $0.67           $27.00
                 Light Utility              $0.73           $29.00
                 ½ Ton                      $0.99           $40.00
                 ¾ Ton                      $1.06           $42.00
                 1 Ton                      $1.14           $46.00

                                                 PICKUPS (4x2)
                         TYPE                   MILEAGE RATE                DAILY
                   (See Notes Below)                                      GUARANTEE
                 Compact                                 $0.67              $27.00
                 ½ Ton                                   $0.73              $29.00
                 ¾ Ton                                   $0.79              $32.00
                 1 Ton                                   $0.93              $37.00

                                                 PICKUPS (4x4)
                         TYPE                   MILEAGE RATE                DAILY
                   (See Notes Below)                                      GUARANTEE
                 Compact                                 $0. 73             $29.00
                 ½ Ton                                   $0.99              $40.00
                 ¾ Ton                                   $1.06              $42.00
                 1 Ton                                   $1.14              $46.00

              NOTE: Description of vehicles types
                Light Utility Vehicles:
                    S10 Blazer, Bronco 4, etc.
                Full Size Utility Vehicles (1/2 , ¾ and 1 tons):
                    Bronco, Blazer, Tahoe, Suburban, Expedition, etc.
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                  Compact Pickups:
                      Toyota Tacoma, Chevrolet S-10, Ford Ranger, etc.
                  Full Size Pickups:
                      ½ Ton:
                          Chevrolet & GMC 1500, C10 and K10
                          Ford 150
                          Dodge 150
                      3/4 Ton:
                          Chevrolet & GMC 2500, C20 and K20
                          Ford 250
                          Dodge 250
                      1 Ton:
                          Chevrolet & GMC 3500, C30 and K30
                          Ford 350
                          Dodge 350


                          TRUCKS (Stake Trucks, Flat Beds, etc.)(4x2)
                      TYPE         MILEAGE RATE               DAILY
                                                          GUARANTEE
               1-1/2 Ton                 $1.24                   $50
               2 Ton                     $1.58                   $63
               2-1/2 Ton                 $1.73                   $69
               3 Ton                     $1.92                   $77
               3-1/2 Ton                 $2.20                   $88
               5 Ton                     $2.96                  $118
               Over 5 Ton                $3.18                  $127

                         TRUCKS (Stake Trucks, Flat Beds, etc.) 4x4
                      TYPE       MILEAGE RATE                DAILY
                                                        GUARANTEE
               1-1/2 Ton               $1.60                   $64
               2 Ton                   $1.79                   $72
               2-1/2 Ton               $2.07                   $83
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           (p) PORTABLE PUMPS
               Portable Pumps are hired without operator, with government furnished supplies.
               Equipment may be on a daily, weekly, or monthly rate. Preferred method of hire
               shall be commercial rate on commercial agreement without operator. Allow for
               delivery charges. If hired from a non-commercial entity, the daily rate shall be as
               indicated below.

                                       PORTABLE PUMPS
                           SIZE           DAILY   WEEKLY                   MONTHLY
                                          RATE     RATE                     RATE
                  1-1/2” Pressure Pump      $20      $50                     $150
                  2” Pressure Pump          $50     $150                     $375
                  3” Volume (trash)         $60     $180                     $450
                  Pump
                  4” Volume (trash)         $80     $265                       $620
                  Pump
                  6” Volume Pump,          $250     $600                      $1,750
                  trailer mounted


           (q) CHAINSAWS
               For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
               and award competitive I-BPA's for Falling Modules. Non-competitive agreements
               for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all
               competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive
               agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA
               form.

                Daily rate is $650. The rate includes: Faller with saw, operating supplies,
                incidentals, transportation, and insurance applicable to the state faller is working in.


           (r) ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES (ATV’S)

                Utilize Government owned sources before renting. Three-wheel models are NOT
                acceptable do to safety concerns. Government shall provide fuel and oil. Hire at
                commercial rate on commercial agreement without operator. Allow for delivery
                charges. If hired from a non-commercial entity, the daily rate shall be as indicated
                below.
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                                               TYPE              DAILY
                                                                 RATE
                                     4-Wheel Drive               $70.00


           (s) GATORS

                Gators are hired, without operator, at a daily, weekly or monthly rate, with
                government furnished fuel and oil. Hire at commercial rate on commercial
                agreement without operator. Allow for delivery charges. If hired from a non-
                commercial entity, the daily rate shall be as indicated below.

                            TYPE                    DAILY       WEEKLY     MONTHLY
                                                    RATE         RATE       RATE
                  Gator                             $85.00       $260.00    $750.00


           (t) SHOP (SERVICE) TRUCK

                For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
                and award competitive I-BPA's for Shop (Service) Trucks. Non-competitive
                agreements for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all
                competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive
                agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA
                form.

                Trucks are hired at a daily rate. The contractor furnishes all operating supplies,
                including fuel. One certified mechanic is required per shift.

                If a Mechanic’s Helper is required the daily rate shall be increased by $392 for
                single shift and $672 for double shift.

                When Mechanic makes repairs to contractor’s equipment, the hourly rate for
                billing purposes shall be $75 per hour plus parts.


           (u) MECHANIC W/TOOLS AND PICKUP

                For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
                and award competitive I-BPA's for Mechanic with tools and pickup. Non-
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                competitive agreements for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last
                resort after all competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-
                competitive agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-
                294 EERA form.

                Trucks are hired at a daily rate. The contractor furnishes all operating supplies,
                including fuel. One certified mechanic is required per shift.

                If a Mechanic’s Helper is required the daily rate shall be increased by $392 for
                single shift and $672 for double shift.

                When Mechanic makes repairs to contractor’s equipment, the hourly rate for
                billing purposes shall be $75 per hour plus parts.


           (v) MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

                Equipment is hired without operator. BLS and ALS supplies are not considered in
                the weekly rate. Supplies used on the incident will be replaced by the incident or
                vendor to be reimbursed (reimbursement to include resource order and signed
                receipt by Medical Unit Leader).

                                      MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
                                   TYPE               DAILY               WEEKLY
                                                      RATE                 RATE
                     Manual Defibrillator (for use by $75.00
                     EMT's only)
                     Backboard                                             $11.00
                     Trauma Kit, Basic Life Support,                       $35.00
                     BLS
                     Trauma Kit, Advanced Life                             $50.00
                     Support, ALS
                     Automatic Electronic                                  $89.00
                     Defibrillator (AED) small
                     portable version
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           (w) AMBULANCES

                Region 6 will be changing the way we obtain ambulance services from local fire
                departments during an incident. Previously we procured these services under an
                EERA. From now on, when appropriate, ambulance services will be added to our
                agreements/AOP's when working with local fire departments. EERA's or I-BPA
                will continue to be used for privately owned ambulances.

                Private Ambulances will be hired with contractor furnished fuel and supplies. It is
                recommended that ambulances be hired with a minimum medical staff consisting of
                1 paramedics and 1 EMT.

                It is recommended to use $110 per hour in establishing the daily rate. So for
                example if your need is 12 hours per day your daily rate would be $1320.

           (x) COMMERCIAL VANS (eg. U-HAUL, ETC)

                Use commercial method of hire. If hired from a non-commercial entity, the daily
                rate shall be negotiated.

           (y) REFRIGERATED TRUCK (TRAILER)

                For 2010, the Virtual Incident Procurement (VIPR) system will be used to solicit
                and award competitive I-BPA's for Refrigerated Truck (Trailer). Non-competitive
                agreements for these types of equipment shall only be used as a last resort after all
                competitively awarded resources have been exhausted. Non-competitive
                agreements shall be signed up on an incident only basis using the OF-294 EERA
                form.

                Generally hired without operator, with government furnished fuel.

           (z) LIGHT TOWERS, (Trailer mounted)

                Government shall provide fuel and oil. Hire at commercial rate on commercial
                agreement without operator. Allow for delivery charges. If hired from a non-
                commercial entity, the daily rate shall be as indicated below.

                            TYPE                    DAILY       WEEKLY     MONTHLY
                                                    RATE         RATE       RATE
                  Light Tower (Mobile)              $105.00      $325.00    $750.00
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           (aa) CHIPPERS

                            TYPE                    DAILY RATE              DAILY RATE
                                                  (SINGLE SHIFT)          (DOUBLE SHIFT
                  Min. 12 inch DBH                     $1,570                  $2,506

                  Additional Chipper Crew Members $400/day.

                  For safety purposes all Chippers require two operators as well as a vehicle
                  capable of transporting the equipment from site to site.


           (bb) SAW SHOP

                  Daily Rate:        $1,300

                  Additional Stihl/Mark III Technician when ordered by the Government:              $300

                  IS BASED ON A 12 HOUR DAY. THE 12 HOUR DAY MAY CONSIST OF A
                  SPLIT SHIFT, 6 HOURS IN THE MORNING AND 6 HOURS IN THE
                  AFTERNOON, I.E. 0500 TO 1100, AND 1600 TO 2200.

                  The daily rate includes the Mobile Unit, certified Stihl/Mark III technician, tools,
                  repair equipment, and all operating expenses (hired wet).

                  The Government will provide potable water for washing pumps & parts and will
                  provide gray water pickup and disposal.

                  When Mechanic makes repairs to contractor’s equipment, the hourly rate for
                  billing purposes shall be $75 per hour plus parts. Mechanic shall have a process to
                  create invoices, which will be turned into the Finance Section Daily.

           (cc) PACKSTRINGS

                  Packer: $400 per day
                  Additional Packers: $400 per day
                  Packer with animal string: $120 per animal per day
                  Mobilization to and from incident (if it requires more than 1 pickup/trailer,
                  each will receive the mileage rate): $2.00 per mile
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                  Packer shall come with a minimum of 48 hours worth of Hay/Feed that is certified
                  weed free. The Government recognizes the logistical challenge for the packer to
                  provide hay once he has packed in or arrived at Incident Command Post (ICP).
                  The Government is also concerned about the spread of noxious weeds therefore
                  the Government shall provide Hay/Feed after the first 48 hours.

                  If Packer provides transportation of Government furnished supplies (hay/feed) to
                  and from ICP: $1.25 per mile.
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                                                   28 - Exhibit 23

        PACIFIC NORTHWEST SUPPLEMENTAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO
             EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT RENTAL AGREEMENT & I-BPA

In addition to the General Provisions to Emergency Equipment Rental Agreements (EERA)
Form OF-294 and I-BPA, the following supplemental provisions shall apply to the
administration and enforcement of EERAs for Federal Agencies in Region 6. Penalty for
making false statements to the Government is described in 18 U.S.C. 1001.

By signing the agreement the contractor acknowledges the adverse conditions that equipment
will be operated in during fire support and suppression activities that are reflected in the Pacific
Northwest Interagency Emergency Equipment Rental Rates.

Dispatchers and warranted procurement personnel in Oregon and Washington are authorized to
place orders under this agreement.

  1. FUEL

       If procuring fuel at the incident site, the contractor shall do so with a major credit card
       (Visa or MasterCard).

  2. HEAVY EQUIPMENT/TRANSPORTS

       When a lowboy and another piece of heavy equipment, such as a dozer, are provided with a
       single operator to operate BOTH pieces of equipment, adjustments to the payment amount
       will be made as follows: Dozer or other heavy equipment will be paid at the EERA rate,
       and the transport rate will be reduced by $462.00 per day for a Single Shift, and by $792.00
       per day for a Double Shift.

  3. SERVICE VEHICLES

       The rate of pay shown for heavy equipment includes service vehicles. No additional
       payment will be made for a service vehicle (or operator) that accompanies the heavy
       equipment to the incident.

  4. PILOT/FLAG VEHICLE(s)

       If a pilot/flag vehicle(s) is/are required by law during transportation of heavy equipment,
       no additional payment will be made for this vehicle or operator.
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  5. POTABLE WATER

       Contractor shall meet the current National Interagency Fire Center potable water standards
       as described in the National Potable Water Truck Solicitation.

  6. FUEL AND FUEL TRUCKS

       (a) Fuel Vendors are required to accept Visa, MasterCard and Voyager credit cards for
           payment of fuel at the work site. Other methods of payment may be used at vendor’s
           discretion.

       (b) Should circumstance preclude the vendor from using the credit card system the
           following shall apply:

                Fuel dispensed shall be documented on fuel and oil issue logs or fuel and oil issue
                tickets (form OF-304) and turned into the incident finance section for payment.
                Fuel shall be billed to the administrative office for payment as per the emergency
                equipment use invoice (block 9).

       (c) No payment will be made for refueling trucks (either bringing fuel to the dispensing
           truck or driving the truck to the bulk plant) or spill containment requirements.

       (d) Fuel trucks shall have multi-fueling capability with two separate nozzles, one for gas
           and one for diesel.

       (e) Fuel prices will be established at the current local commercial rate.

       (f) All federal and state requirements shall be met when dealing with hazardous materials.

  7. FIRST AID/EMERGENCY EVACUATION ACCIDENTS

       The Contractor is financially responsible for medical coverage of employee accidents and
       illness. The Government will provide first aid to employees when needs arise due to work
       on the incident. In life threatening situations, first aid will be given and further medical aid
       will be charged back to the Contractor. If contractor personnel are injured on the fire line,
       the Government, at Contractor expense, may evacuate the injured person(s). If Contractor
       personnel become ill or are injured and require transport to a medical facility/hospital, the
       costs may be at the Contractors expense.
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  8. GREY WATER DISPOSAL

       Upon approval and documentation, in writing, of a disposal of grey water disposal process
       by the Contracting Officer, the Government may reimburse the Contractor or the disposal
       facility for the costs associated with the disposal of grey water in accordance with the
       documented grey water disposal agreement. If costs are associated with the disposal
       process the Contractor shall provide an invoice verifying the date, time, and amount of grey
       water disposed of.

  9. SEVERITY

       (a) Severity Activity pay will be 75% of the Daily Rate

       (b) Length of shifts under Severity Activity will normally be 10 hours or less, including
       travel and excluding lunch break. The intent of this assignment is to have the equipment
       and operator on location and prepared for suppression activities. Shifts exceeding 10 hours
       will be paid at the daily Rate.

       (c) Specific funding is provided for Severity Activities. This is a condition which the
       Government has concluded a severe threat of wildland fire exists and Government at the
       Regional Forester level (or equivalent level for other PNWCG agencies) has determined
       that it is necessary to preposition resources because of imminent danger of fire.

  10. EQUIPMENT RENTED BY THE DAY, WEEK, AND MONTH

       Where the method of payment is by the month, week or day, the payment will be based on
       the amount that is in the best interest of the Government.

  11. SHOP (SERVICE) TRUCK/MECHANIC WITH TOOLS BILLING RATE

       Hourly rate for billing purposes for work completed on vendor related equipment is $75.00
       per hour plus parts.
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  12. STANDARD METHODS OF HIRE:

              Dozers                                            Transports (Heavy Equipment)
              Wet                                               Wet
              Daily Rate – Shift Basis                          Daily Rate – Shift Basis
              with 1 Operator                                   with 1 Operator
              with Service Vehicle                              with pilot/flag vehicle, if required by law

              Skidders/Graders/Excavators/Backhoes/Other Heavy Equipment
              Wet
              Daily Rate – Shift Basis
              with 1 Operator
              with Service Vehicle

              Transportation Vehicles, other than Buses            Fuel Trucks
              Wet                                                  Wet
              Mileage Rate                                         Preferred Method Daily Rate – Shift
                                                                   Basis and accepts credit cards.
              Guarantee based on 40 miles
                                                                   Non-Preferred will be Daily Rate –
                                                                   Shift Basis with one (1) operator and
                                                                   does not accept credit cards.
              Buses
              Wet
              see Regional Bus Agreements for General Provisions
              with 1 Operator

              Water Truck, Potable                              Water Truck, Dust Abatement
              Wet                                               Wet
              Daily Rate (0001-2400)                            Daily Rate – Shift Basis
              with 1 Operator                                   with 1 Operator

              Portable Pumps                                    Faller/Chainsaw
              Dry                                               Wet with one operator on a daily basis
              Daily/Weekly/Monthly                              and includes operator with saw and
                                                                transportation.

              All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV's)                       Ambulances
              (4-Wheel Only)                                    Wet
              Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rate                         Negotiate other terms
              Dry/without Operator
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              Medical Equipment

              Backboards, Trauma Bags, Automatic Electronic Defibrillator (AED)
              Weekly (one rate whether used one day or 7 days). Weekly rate does not include
              supplies. Supplies used at the incident will either be replaced or the vender will be
              reimbursed for supplies. If reimbursed a resource order and signed receipt by the
              Medical Unit Leader will be required.

              Commercial Vans (e.g., U-Haul)                    Refrigerated Truck (Trailer) Competitive
              Use commercial vendors method of hire             Dry
                                                                Daily Rate (0001 – 2400)
                                                                without Operator NOTE: this is a
                                                                competitive agreement in R6 and should
                                                                only be used as a last resort.

              Engine and Tenders                                Compressed Air Foam Systems
              (CAFS)
              Wet                                               Ordered work for Compressed Air Foam
              Daily Rate – Shift Basis                          System (CAFS) will be compensated at
              Engines staffed with 1 ENGB AND                   an hourly rate
              FFT1 per shift                                    for actual hours worked as documented 1
              Tenders with 1 WTOP, per shift                    on a shift ticket

              Shop (service) Trucks
              NOTE: Region 6 has a competitive agreement in place and this should be used only
              as a last resort.

              Wet                                               Hourly rate for billing purposes for
              Daily Rate with 1 Certified Mechanic              vendor related equipment is $75.00 per
                                                                hour plus parts.

              (a) Shop (service) truck, typically a "super duty" or 1 ½ ton or better, and to include:
                  (1) Mechanic with hand tools associated with the industry standards such as
                      wrenches/sockets up to 2", taps/dies/vise/drills/jacks/etc.
                  (2) An air compressor with air tools,
                  (3) A gas welding/cutting torch set and a electric welder with generator,
                  (4) A work bench area,
                  (5) Lift crane
                  (6) Lighting ( either a lighting kit of sorts or lighting mounted on truck for road
                      side repair at night or in camp)
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                  (7) Tools beyond 2" to be able to repair medium trucks and heavy equipment.
                  (8) This type of service vehicle.

                  The vehicles must pass a safety inspection and be fit to operate under
                  fire/emergency conditions.

              (b) If a mechanic’s helper is ordered, an additional amount will be added to the
                  hourly rate.

              (c) If parts are furnished by the contractor, the Government will reimburse the
                  contractor actual costs when the contractor furnishes a detailed invoice to the
                  Government. The detailed invoice shall provide who the parts were furnished to,
                  i.e. name of owner, resource order number, license number, date furnished and
                  mechanic’s (installation) time.

              Mechanic with Tools          Competitive


              NOTE: Region 6 has a competitive agreement in place and this should be used only
              as a last resort.

              Wet                                               Hourly rate for billing purposes for
              Daily Rate with 1 Certified Mechanic              vendor related equipment is $75.00 per
                                                                hour plus parts.

              Provides a ¾ to 1 ton vehicle with all hand tools associated with the industry
              standards such as wrenches/sockets up to 2", taps/dies/vise/drills/jacks/etc. An air
              compressor with air tools, a gas welding/cutting torch set and an electric welder with
              generator. To facilitate repairs to typical light duty motor vehicles and minor repairs
              to medium and heavy equipment.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: June 25, 2010                                                     Page 52 of 64
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                                                   28 - Exhibit 24

          PNW PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL SPECIALISTS
                           UNDER EERA & I-BPA

     Classification          Fitness Level            Basic            Shelter       Personal
                                                     Wildland        Deployment     Protective
                                                   Firefighter        Training      Equipment
                                                     Training
    Dozers,            None                       No      Yes*              Yes*
    skidders, feller
    bunchers,
    graders,
    excavators.
    Drivers of Pick- None                No               Yes*              Yes*
    ups SUVs,
    sedans, Cargo
    Buses              None              No               Yes*              Yes*
    Transports         None              No               Yes*              Yes*
    Tenders            None              No               Yes*              Yes*
    Engines Type 3 Arduous               Yes              Yes               Yes
    to 7
    Shop & Fuel        None              No               Yes*              Yes*
    Trucks
    Ambulances         None              No               Yes*              Yes*
    Fallers            None              No               Yes               Yes
    Gray/Black         None              No               No*               Yes*
    Water
    Potable Water      None              No               No*               Yes*
    *Required if deployed on the line as determined by Incident Operations/Safety, not required
    if used otherwise.
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                               LAND USE AGREEMENTS CHECKLISTS
                                            AND
                                      GENERAL GUIDANCE


                SCHOOLS, FAIRGROUNDS OR OTHER RELATED FACILITY
                                   Checklist

        Number of Classrooms
        Gym
        Cleaning/Janitorial/Custodial Services
        Use of Showers
        Government furnished supplies vs. Contractor furnished supplies.
        Phones
        Copiers
        Computers
        Kitchen
        Keys, Access
        Security
        Sleeping Areas
        Noxious Weeds
        Availability
        AC/Heater operational or available
        Sprinkler System
        Reduce / increase costs when camp changes (i.e. from Type I – II – III) (reduce number
         of classrooms needed, area needed, buildings needed, etc.)
        Other prescheduled / concurrent uses of the facilities by owner
        Parking
        Athletic Field
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                                           DIPPING SITES/PONDS
                                                 Checklist

        Impact – amount of drawdown, site disturbance, etc

        Fish

        Noxious Weeds

        Water (usage and/or replenishment)

        Water Rights (who owns the water)

        Fences

        Access

        Flight Path

        Livestock/Wildlife

        Loss of Foliage/Crop/Pasture

        Use of pumps or wells
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                                             IC CAMP/HELIBASE
                                                  Checklist

        Access – roads, gates

        Noxious Weeds

        Fences / cattleguards / gates

        Livestock

        Flight Path

        Irrigation/Sprinkler System

        Spillage/Hazmat

        Hours of Operation

        Property Impact

        Re-seeding / de-compaction requirements

        Abandonment of improvements

        Specific clean-up requirements (bark, mulch, sawdust, gravel, carpet, etc)
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                                                     AIRPORTS
                                                      Checklist

        Facilities Usage (except for federally funded runways, towers)
            o Check other FAA restrictions

        Landing Fee

        Fuel Fee (If Contractor provided)

        Security

        Flight Path

        Hazmat/Spillage

        Parking

        Availability

        Water/Electricity/Phones

        Portable Retardant Plant

        Hours of Operation

        Access

        Check with Air Ops for further concerns
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                  SITUATIONS NOT REQUIRING A LAND USE AGREEMENT

        Federal Government land/facilities run by concessionaire

        Land/Facilities of other Federal agencies (would fall under Economy Act agreements)

        Land/Facilities of state and local governments (usually cooperative agreement)

        Non Wildland fire incidents, i.e. FEMA.

        Direct fire suppression activity (fire line construction, back-burn, access to fire)

        Federally funded runways and towers (county/state/local)




                    LAND/FACILITY RESTORATION CONSIDERATIONS
               (Items for COs to consider – not all items apply to every agreement)

        Loss of crop/pasture – how many seasons

        Re-seeding / de-compaction requirements

        Noxious Weeds Abatement and Survey

        General clean-up (trash removal, final janitorial service, floor waxing, etc)

        Re-sod of athletic fields

        Reconditioning floors (of gyms, carpet replacement, etc)

        Pumping of septic systems (feasible to use system, or rely solely on port-a-potties?)

        Mending fences damaged during incident
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                           CONSIDERATIONS FOR DETERMINING RATE

        BEFORE NEGOTIATING RATE:
           o Determine ownership of land / facilities
           o Confirm owner’s agent if applicable
           o Resources available to confirm ownership
                  City or County Tax Assessor’s Office
                  Courthouse

        Private Campgrounds – what are average receipts / revenues for similar time period

        Historical record of rates for use in local area – local rangers may be good source

        Facilities – if facility is abandoned from normal use, consider revenue lost for the
         activities

        Fairgrounds – were there any events cancelled or rescheduled to make them available?

        Cost of relocating and feeding of stock

        Are there vacant facilities held by other agencies that may be available?

        Consider a not to exceed rate commensurate with property value

        Sources of market research:
            o banks
            o real estate offices
            o local employees
            o local assessor offices
            o local agency lands offices
            o newspapers
            o feed store bulletin boards
            o documentation at local offices from previous incidents
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        EMERGENCY FACILITIES & LAND USE AGREEMENT (R6-FS-5100-130)
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EFFECTIVE DATE: June 25, 2010                                                    Page 63 of 64
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